Published at Sunday, October 14th 2018. by Twila Mathis in Blanket.
Striped throw blanket. This is a really quick fabulous blanket. I have to say it's one of my favorites of the knit blanket so far in this series. So what we have here is that we have a total of five stripes that are working together so they're like five panels that are sewed together, and so you have a really beautiful look, so you have sometimes it's solid, sometimes it's striping. So in today's the term, I'm just gonna cover the basics on how to be able to do this to work, because it's just the garter stitch back and forth I'll show you how to do the striping as well, because the striping is actually quite easy to Sew what we're going to be working on today is that I'm going to show you the garter stitch and it's just a knit stitch back and forth in the rows, and I'm going to show you how to change. Colors and one side is going to look completely different when you do the striping.
So this is the wrong side, and this is the right side, so you can see how the striking stays together - that's just part of knitting on just how it works out. So, what's gonna happen is that you're going to take? I do the stripes, but here's. The thing is that you don't have to fasten off or cast off every time that you're changing colors, you simply just carry it up into the next one. So the next time we use white, we just let it dangle and then we bring it up and do the white and then come back and then just do the purple
. So we go back and forth instead of having to fasten off or cast off each and every time, so you'll notice that the pattern is quite extensive and it's not because the instructions are that crazy. It's just because the stripes are different colors. So you got a strip, and one strip is a different combination and then another one in is soon and there's so total of five of them and all of the instructions have all that information. You can kind of see it there here on the pattern as well, so you can follow the different designs in order to do it, so you just have to just look at it and just kind of read it the instructions in order to get all your striping.
So without further ado, let me show you how to cast on and then I'll show you how to do the stitch and then I'll show you how to do striping. So each one of the strips is a different size. So the first one strip is 28 stitches to go on strip number two is 56. You just have to look at the particular pattern in order to get it to work. Okay, so just look at that for the amount that you need to cast on.
So what you're gonna do is start off with a slip, stitch, okay and put it on to your knitting needle and I'm naturally right-handed. So, let's a cast on and it's suggesting to use knitting needles that are five millimeters, okay and you can use circular knitting needles in order to hold up extra, that's completely up to you or if you can get a total of 56 on your knitting needles
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